After leaving a party, a model, 24, was discovered dead outside a hospital with ‘no injuries.’


After leaving a party, a model, 24, was found dead outside a hospital with ‘no injuries.’

Dusty Giles, the mother of model Christy Giles, who was discovered dead after a night out with a friend in Culver City, Los Angeles, has spoken out about the death of her daughter.

After her body was discovered with no injuries outside of a hospital, a distraught mother said she would have “fought like hell” against an attacker.

On November 13, Christy Giles, 24, was discovered lifeless on a sidewalk outside of the Southern California Hospital in Culver City, Los Angeles, while her friend was battling for her life at another hospital.

Dusty Giles, 49, believes her daughter, Hilda Marcela Cabrales-Arzola, 26, was drugged and sexually assaulted.

“My daughter is the daughter of a military police officer, and her father, Leslie, served in Iraq,” she explained to The Sun.

“With a ballpoint pen, my daughters have literally taught me how to kill someone.”

“My daughter would have fought like hell,” she continued, “and from what I understand from speaking with the emergency room doctor and nurse, there were no visible bruises, scratches, or any indication of an altercation.”

The model and her companion were last seen on Friday after attending a warehouse party at West Hollywood’s Soho House before being invited to an afterparty by a man Hilda had met.

The footage, according to Christy’s family, shows her body being dumped outside the hospital by a group of men wearing all black and wearing bandanas and driving a car with no license plates.

However, the model’s body was discovered two hours later, and Hilda was discovered in critical condition at a hospital in West LA.

Christy’s husband Jan Cilliers was able to access her text messages via iCloud, according to Dusty, who lives in Dora, Alabama.

Dusty explained that her daughter’s most recent message to Hilda was sent shortly after 5.30 a.m. on Saturday, in which she said to her, “Let’s get out of here,” with the wide eyes emoji.

Hilda reportedly said “yes” and told Christy she had ordered an Uber.

“The only way these men could have kept my daughter and Hilda for more than 10 hours would have been by giving them drugs and possibly tying them up,” Dusty continued.

“The girls were texting each other instead of speaking out loud in front of these guys.”

“I believe they injected them with drugs in order to keep them.”

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.


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